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Parsing a PDF Document

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Hi,

I'm looking for a set of C++ non-MFC classes that would parse a PDF document into memory and decompose it into its individual elements. Ideally it would be great if I can modify some of the elements and save the new PDF document back but it's not critical.

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Marc
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http://www.pdflib.com/

Unfortunately, this is not free, and this is expensive. I hope you will find something free, but I am not sure that writing PDF files is allowed without a license.
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Check out this company.  They have a series of pdf products available in dlls

http://www.fytek.com/

It is also not free, but rather cheap.
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